For full article see reNEWS, November 2, 2014

Origis Energy has cut the ribbon on two solar facilities in Georgia totalling 23.5MW.

Output from the projects in Camilla and Woodbury will be sold to Georgia Power, the largest subsidiary of Southern Company, under the utility’s Large-Scale Solar Initiative.

Origis Energy president Guy Vanderhaegen said: “These solar power installations represent significant progress for adoption of solar power in Georgia and the entire south-east.

“We are proud to be involved in such groundbreaking solar energy projects with Georgia Power. Origis Energy will continue to increase its solar footprint in the US, which by the end of 2016 should reach an installed capacity of roughly 300MW of solar assets.”